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An introduction to Putrajaya, a well-planned and new high-tech administrative capital of Malaysia - wih a glimpse of Cyberjaya, Malaysia's answer to USA's Silicon Valley Highlights - Drive through its wide boulevards and view the luscious greenery and parks as you enter the city. - View the PM's office building and residence (Putra Perdana) - Visit Putra Mosque a spectacular peach colored architectural delight. - Walk on her colourful paved walkways and the graceful arched bridge at Putra Square. - Visit the Eco Park and view our gazette wetlands from an observation deck
Visit Kuala Selangor, a small rustic town outside of Kuala Lumpur, known for its historic past and natural heritage of mangrove forest and bird sanctuaries. Highlights:- - Free from the hustle and bustle of KL in the tranquil of Malaysian countryside. - Bukit Melawati landscaped hill offers a beautiful panoramic view of the Selangor coast. Shaded by ancient raintrees are several fascinating historical attraction such as The Altinburg Lighthouse, The Royal Mausoleum, the ruined fort, the legendary 100 step, a fabled execution block, and a quaint resthouse. - Silver leafed monkeys are common around that area - Enjoy a dinner at local seafood restaurant - River Boat Cruise to see the fireflies!
The cultural melting pot capital. Kuala Lumpur is blessed to lived in Multicultural peoples and beliefs. In this tour, we will bring you to some of the most famous religious site in Kuala Lumpur! Highlights Batu Caves/ Hindu Temple - Batu Caves is a massive limestone outcrop that lies across the scarred landscape of an old tin mine. Sze Ya Temple The oldest and most venerable of Shrines in the city built by Kapitan Yap Ah Loy in 1864 on lard that he donated. Yap Ah Loy, a tough leader of the Chinese community and one of the founder of present-day KL, was instrumental in the growth of Chinatown during the 1870s. Sri Mahamariamman The oldest Hindu Temple in the city with the unique temple design styles of Southern India, it is still a busy place of worship for local Hindus. National Mosque Built in 1965, the first Muslim pest-independence building has o dedicate shaped dome-roof.
Kuala Lumpur's colorful historical beginnings and modern grandeur frame this half-day tour through the city's unique blend of architectures and cultures. Explore colorful rural and urban lifestyles, eclectic designs, and a touch of nature, along with fine traditional arts and crafts. After you meet your guide, pay a visit to the Kuala Lumpur Tower, one of the tallest freestanding towers in the world, and get a magnificent view of the lush Klang Valley that surrounds the city. For a different kind of magnificence, visit the Royal Museum, which until 2011 was the residence of Malaysia's king. A drive through Chinatown, in the oldest part of the city, lets you revisit the Kuala Lumpur of yesteryear. Visit the Jamek Mosque, the oldest mosque in the city, and see the site where the Malaysian flag was first raised after Independence. The area around the square boasts unique colonial-era landmarks, such as the Sultan Abdul Samad building, the Royal Selangor Club, and St. Mary's Cathedral.
Melaka and Georgetown historic cities of the Straits of Malacca have developed over 500 years of trading and cultural exchanges between East and West in the Straits of Malacca. The influences of Asia and Europe have endowed the towns with a specific multicultural heritage that is both tangible and intangible. With its government buildings, churches, squares and fortifications, Melaka demonstrates the early stages of this history originating in the 15th-century Malay sultanate and the Portuguese and Dutch periods beginning in the early 16th century. Featuring residential and commercial buildings, George Town represents the British era from the end of the 18th century. The two towns constitute a unique architectural and cultural townscape without parallel anywhere in East and Southeast Asia. Highlights: A Famosa St. Paul ruins Church Dutch Square (Christ Church) Jonker Street Enjoy a local Malaccan 'Peranakan' lunch
A unique walking tour of the heritage precinct in the city. View the Sri Maha Mariamman Hindu Temple - built in a unique human-like shape. Stroll past the old Victoria's Jubilee Fund Building (1887). Next in sight is the Chan See Shu Yuen Association which was constructed in 1906 - a fine example of old Chinese temple architecture. The walk ends at the bustling Chinatown street market where bargain hunters can find items of every description and quality.